News archive from 4 July 2018, page 4

Former Aston Villa favourite makes move to bitter rivals as Wolves linked with ex-winger

A painful one to take Aston Villa supporters have expressed their collective disappointment after witnessing Sam Johnstone make the move to West Midlands rivals West Bromwich Albion. Johnstone has signed a four-year contract at The Hawthorns, moving...

 

The latest on David Stockdale as Birmingham City man signs new contract and they're linked with ex-Aston...

First of (hopefully) many! Garry Monk has put his first stake in the ground as Birmingham City manager, sending a couple of million pounds to Union Berlin in exchange for Kristian Pedersen. The Danish left back becomes the first signing of what...

 

Wolves linked with pair as Leeds take a look at former triallist and Neves signs new deal

THE worst kit? Football fans don't usually do things by halves. We're not talking pints, although the same rules apply. We're talking half and half scarves, or even this half and half shirt which has been doing the rounds online. Popular Facebook...

 

West Brom make their first signing of the summer - and Darren Moore hints at more to come

Fans react West Bromwich Albion supporters this evening offered a generally positive reaction to the news that Sam Johnstone had become Darren Moore’s first capture. Johnstone, 25, has moved to The Hawthorns from Manchester United on a four-year deal...

 
Give your bones a workout, public told

Give your bones a workout, public told

Too many of us are neglecting to do exercises for strong muscles and bones, says Public Health England (PHE). It's launched a new report giving advice on how people can age better by doing the right workouts. While the message about doing aerobic...

BBC, 04:36 in Health
 

Mining disaster survivors say 'hard yards' lie ahead for trapped Thai group

The 12 boys and their football coach trapped in a Thailand cave will be hopeful of surviving, but must now mentally prepare themselves to be rescued, say men who survived two of the world’s most famous mine disasters. Brant Webb, who was saved from a...

 
Head of insurer accused of ripping off Indigenous families had ‘no qualifications’

Head of insurer accused of ripping off Indigenous families had ‘no qualifications’

The chief executive of an insurer accused of ripping off and misleading Indigenous families by signing them up to expensive funeral plans has no background in insurance or qualifications to do the job, an inquiry has heard. The chief executive of the...

 

New concept pizza restaurant and cafe to open in former Sheffield Cycles shop in Burton

An empty unit which is the former home of Burton's popular cycling shop Sheffield Cycles is set to be converted into a pizza restaurant and coffee shop - with a nod to the building's lengthy history. Pizza Galore and Electric Cafe will create between...

 
Loughborough Road in Leicester to be closed for up to 2 months

Loughborough Road in Leicester to be closed for up to 2 months

A main road into Leicester is to be closed for up to two months as work is carried out to try to prevent the River Soar flooding. Highways bosses say the Loughborough Road Bridge needs to be shut from Sunday, July 15, so that a new flood water culvert...

 

Thailand cave: New video shows boys in good health

A new video has been released of the 12 boys and their football coach trapped in a Thai cave, in which they say they are in good health Smiling and at times laughing, they each introduce themselves one by one. They were found on Monday after nine days...

BBC, 05:08 in World News
 

Heartbroken mum's grief after heavily pregnant daughter dies in her sleep

A devastated mother says her heart will always be broken after her heavily pregnant daughter was found dead in her home. Christine Carter, now 55, who lives in Long Sutton, was left in pieces after her eldest daughter Samantha Hardcastle died suddenly...

 

Warning to sea jumpers as tombstoning trend returns

WARNINGS have been issued after people were seen jumping from a sea wall into a reservoir during this summer's good weather. Cumbria Police have urged people to take care in the sunshine as the trend of jumping from cliffs, piers, or harbour walls...

 

Dead body found in caravan still has detectives scratching their heads nearly four years on

When a body is found, police do everything they can to establish how that person died and to inform the next of kin immediately. However, contrary to what you see in TV dramas, not every case is always solvable straightaway. Some cases can take years...

 

In the courts of Lincolnshire

The following cases have been heard at magistrates courts in Lincolnshire: Daniel Alan Elding, 32, of Flat 10, Wordsworth House, Yarborough Road, Lincoln, pleaded guilty to theft of two bottles of fragrance to the value of £220 belonging to Debenhams...

 

Coventry City man gets new contract with another set for exit and latest triallist's identity revealed

A quizzical combination Football fans don't usually do things by halves. We're not talking pints, although the same rules apply. We're talking half and half scarves, or even this half and half shirt which has been doing the rounds online. Popular...

 


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